Evidence based Clinical Practices

\r\n Evidence-based Clinical Practices:

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\r\n Evidence-based practice (EBP) means using the best, research-proven assessments and treatments in our day-to-day client care and service delivery. This means each clinician undertakes to stay in touch with the research literature and to use it as a part of their clinical decision making. EBP also means weighing the value of each part of the research evidence with clinical data and informed client choice. To be accountable for our EBP we should record both the decisions made and the evidence we used. An EBP clinician will also collect data to show that the clinical decision is helping to address the client’s goals.

\r\n The core activities at the root of evidence-based practice can be identified as:

\r\n The core activities at the root of evidence-based practice can be identified as:

\r\n •             A questioning approach to practice leading to scientific experimentation

\r\n •             Meticulous observation, enumeration, and analysis replacing anecdotal case description

\r\n •             Recording and cataloging the evidence for systematic retrieval.

 

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